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the MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1906
T DRAWS to itself f heWall chanae
. which vou formerly scattered. It
starts a growing bank account
and created a fund which will finally
make .you independent. MAKE
GET THE HABIT
Of trading at the LAHAINA STORE the depend
able store. You might save a few bteps by buying
elsewhere, bnt aro you sure of the freRhnens and ,
quality? Our goods in every department are of the
best quality for the money. We would not make this
statement if we did not mean it.
The Best of Everything
t Live and Let Live Prices
THE : LAHAINA : STORE
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Plantation Supplies
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THIRST QUENCHER IS
A SINGLE TRIAL PROVES IT
IN THE LENS.
About six months ago we sold two kodaks fitted with
The lenses cost more than the kodaks. ,
But the work turned out by these two kodaks was so
far superior to the ordinary that the owners1 became
Others saw the pictures and ordered special lenses for
their kodaks. As a result we have sold more Goerz and
Zeiss lenses already this year than in all the years we
have been in business. We have always recommendod
such an equipment but the price of the special lens made
customers reluctant to try it. Since they have seen the
advantage we are getting orders nearly every day.
If you want the BEST results get a Goerz or Zeiss
lens. We have several very fine ones in stock and will
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HOOLAHA KUAI WAIWAI PAA
KA LUNA HOOKO.
Ma ka liana o ka Waiwat
MixNUEL GONSALVES COA
QUES, o Lah.ilna. Mout, 1 make.
Ke h.tohula nkuuei roa ke'n, phv
ltlo o ki kahi kouul.a I hanata a
pukuin e Honorable A. N. Kennli-a',
Lunakiinawui o ka Aha Ka.inunloka
AiftpaElua, Terltorl u 'Hawaii.
nhn ana hoolohe 1 named ptlt 1 ka
wiilwiilo ka poe make, ma Okatoha
18. 1906. e kuai aku ana ou nut ke
Kutla'u Akea ma kit puka nmmua
ka Hale Hookolnk'lo ia Lfthama.
Mokupuni ame Kalana o Maui, T. 11.,
raaka Poakolu, kahtJ28oNovemutia
M. H. 1900. e hoomaka ana ma k.t
hora 12 o ke awakea o ua la 'la. 1 kn
me a knho klekle'loa no kadalakuike
1 keia mau waiwai ima a kuleana
apau loa iloko olaila. o ka waiwai
ua Manuel Gonsalves Cosques la,
O keia mau apana aina apau loa
ikea o ka A pana 2, 3 ame 4 o ka Pa
lapala Sila Nui'Helu 5560, Kuleana
Helu 6792 no Umi. a o ka Hi o ua
Apana 2 '1st he l'Ruda ame 28 Peka,
and oka A nana 3 he 32 Pek ka Hi
a o ka Apana 4 he 24 Peka ka ill,
aia keia mau apana apau ma ke
Awawa o'Kauaula, Apana o Lahaina
Mokupuni ame Kalana o Maui, Ter
tori o Hawaii.
Ke kuleana kaokoa' iloko o A pan
1 arr e 2 o ka Palapala Sila Nui Hel
2712,'ICuleana Helu 9823 noK-aono,
o ka Hi o ua Apana 1 'la he 1 ek
ame 23 Rod a, ami o ka Apana 2 he
eka, 2 Ruda ame 30 Koda, a aia keia
mau apana apau ma ko Awawa
Kauaula, Mokupuni ame Kalana
Ame ke kuleana hapalua Imahel
oleia iloko oke 'Kuleana Helu 8559
no'Paeohl, nona 'ka ".H 'he hapalua
ekn, a e waiho ana ma Lahaina, Mo
kupuni ame Kalana o Maui, Teritoi
E kuaila aku ana Tia apana Alii
apau l.holkeia maluna fr waiho ana m
ke Awawa o'Kauaula, Lahaina, aka
na'e, ke paaia tiei malalo o kekahi
palapala ho ilimalltna i hanaia ma ka
la 5 q Novemaba, 1904, e 'Manuel Gon
salves Coaques l oleloia, ia "Manuel
Gonsalves Alfonse.nn 5 makahiki mai
lata aku, a o kaukuhootimalima-Ma
kahiki he '$45.00) a ua ukula a I kala
O keia kuai ana e waihoia aku ana
no ka aponoia e ka Aha. Na ka mea
kuai mat e uku na lilo o na palapali
No na mea i koe e nlnau I Ua mea
malalo nel ma kona keena an. 'La' ai
na, Maui, a ia James L, Coke pahn
kona loio, ma Wailuku, Maui.
Hanaia.ma Lahaina, i keia Id 22
.-'A, N. HAYSELUEN,
Luna Hooko o ka Palapala Kauoha
Hone loa a Manuel Gonsulves Coa
ques, I make.
James L. Cokf.. -
Loio no ua wniwai rla.
' October 27, Nov. 3, 10. 17, 24.
Notice To Traveler.
Notice la hereby given that on and
after this date the undersigned livery
and hack men will make a uniform
charge of $2.00 per passenger either
to or from McGregors Landing. The
same charge being' made for- either
day or night passage.
Dated October 21, 1906.
Rismark Stables, lao Stables, Cen
tral Stables, Maui Stables, Wailuku
Stables, Kido Hack, No. 4, Taoaka
Hack No. 24, Takase Hack No.. 35,
Kondo Hack No. 45, Igawa Hack-No.
31, Tabeta Haek No. 19, - Hfc&himoto
Hack No. 23, Konisniaift Hack No.
46, Ibhee Hack No. 16, Sakagawa
Hack No. 13, Aiakagowa,33vKajika
Hack No 30. - 5t
FOREST RESERVE: HEARINGS.
Notice ht In ten tiou to Consider the
Defining of the Limits of Forest Re
serves and the Setting Apart pf cer
tain Government Lands in the Dist
tricts of Hiina, Island of -Maui, and
Walawte,' Inland id Oahu, as Forest
Reserves, and of Public Heatings
concerning said Subject Matter.
Notice is hereby given that' under
the' provisions ff Chapter 28 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, amended by
Aett Ne. 65. of the Session Law of
1905, Public Hearings will be held by
the Governor of the Territory and the
board 'ot Commissioners of A'gricul,
turefid Forestry, oa Wedaesday,
Nov.' 28th,' 190,. at 2 o'clock P, M.,
in the oflice of the Hoard of Agrlcul
ture and Forestry, on King Street,
in Honolulu, Island of Oabu, to coo j
Rider the defining of the limits of
forest renerven and the setting apart
of certain government lands re
pectively in Hih District of Hana,
Inland of Mui, lying on il e eastern
lope of Mi. Haleakala, bnunrti d on
he West und Nin th bv tl.e Kunlau
)ti li l. on the Kast. by a line fol-
owlnir aiiproximatclv the lowtir nde
of tl.p cxistinif forest ncrnss the Ha -
ia Di lrirt. on the Sooth by tlie Kl-
nuhulu HiHiiic, nnd containing an
ar a ir H.oan Here more ur jehs;
and In the Wniiinne Dtii' t, Ilun2
f OaL'U, lying on th? western lope
of llie VVainnut" M.'i'Utntn. Iuin(le0
u the AV est ,v t(,e Luiilunlel Hoine
M-ailn, (hi tli Nort.. hikI Ea"!1- by
Ne landH of VVaiaiuie kai, Waiai.ue,
ikii and Hononliuli, on the S li I li by
the land of Nanakuli, containing an
iteeit of ,1.743 neres more or lesKj as
Maps and descriptions of th-' said
lands proposed to -be Ret apart, as
forest reserves are on rile in the
ifliee of the Superintendent of Fores
try in Honolulu, wnere tbev are
men to the inspection of ttie J'utilic.
At the said ttme and place all per
sons wno so ciesire win oe given ium
opportunity to be heard upon the
subiect matter of this notice and to
present evidence and arguments, in
person, by proxy, or by letter, either
for or against the setting apart of
said lands as Forest Reserves.
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of Hawaii
Honolulu, Nov. 5, I90G.
Nov. Ht, 17.
EXECUTORY NOTICE OP SALE
OF REAL PROPERTY.
In the matter of the Estate of
MANUEL GONSALVES COA
QUES, late of Lahaina, Maui, de
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain order mad
and issu. d by the Honorable A. N,
Kepoikai, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the Second Circuit, Territory
Hawaii, sitting in Probate, on Octob
er 18th, 1906, I will sell at Public
Auction at the front door of the
Court House at Lahaina, Island and
County, nf. Maui, T. II., on Wednes
day, the 28th day of November, A
D. 1906, beginning at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, to the highest bidder fori
cash, all of the following described
real property or interest therein
belonging to the Estate of said
Manuel Gnnsalves Coaques, deceased
All of. those certain pieces, parcels
or l ils of land known as Ananas 2,
and 4 of Royal Patent No. 5560, Ku
leana 6792 to Umi, which said Apana
2 contains an area of 1 Rood and 28
Perches, and said Apana 3 contaii
an area of 32 Perches, and said
Apana 4 contains an area of 24 Per
dies, and all of which said property
is located in Kauaula Valley, Distrio
of . Lahaina, Islur.d and County
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Also, an exclusive interest
Apanas 1 and 2 of Royal Pateiit2712
Land Commission Award No. 9823 to
Kooao, which said Apana 1 contains
area of 1 Acre and 23 Roods, and
said Apana 2 contains an area of
Acre, 2 Roods and 30 Rods.and all of
which said premises are located
Kauaula Valley, Island and District
. Alto an undivided one half interest
in Land .Commission. A word 'No. 8559
to Faeohi, containing an area
about one-half Acre and being locat
ed At Lahaina, Island and County
Mau', Territory of Hawaii.
All of the property above describ
ed as being located in tha Kauaula
Valley, Lahaina, will be Bold subject
to a lease thereon dated the ftth day
of November,'1904, executed ' by the
said Manuel Gonsalves Coaques
favor of Manuel Gonsalves Alfonse,
for 5 years from the said date, bear
ing an annual rental of 145.00, which
said rent has been paid to November
Sale subject to confirmation bv the
Court. Deeds at the expense of the
For further paticulars apjpy to the
undersigned at his office at 'Lahaina.
Maui, or. to Jame6 L. Coke, . his, at
torney at WViluku, Maui.
Dated at Lahaina, this 22nd day of
A. N. HATSELDEN,
Executor of the last, Will and
Testament of Manuel Gonsalves Coa
James L. Coke,
Attorney for said Estate,
Oct. 27. Nov. 3, 10. 17, 24.
NO. 98. TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF. LAND REGISTRA
TION TERRITORY OF HAWAII
SAMUEL PARKER; HEIRS
OF HARRIET PANANA
PARKER. (Nee Napala); C.
BREWER CO. LTD; BECKEY
COOKETT; DR. D. KURIZAKI;
W. F. CROKETT; -PATRICK
COCKETT; TERRITORY OF
HAWAII by E. C. 'PETERS ns
Attorney General; COUNTY OF
MAUT by WM. IIENNING iis
Chairman of the Board of Super-vls-irs;
MRS. W. F.iCUOCKRTT;
S. K1MCRA; unfl to ALL whom
it may concern:
Whereas, a petition has been nre
sented to said Court by MAUI D!IY
GOODS A GROCERY COMPANY.
LTD, to register and confirm iti.
itln in the following-desoi ibed land.
Beginning at an iron bolt at the
north wet corner of th's lot, said
Ik)H being the east corner of
Main Street and Market Street ex
tension. This iron bolt !s located by
the following true azimuths and dis-
tonee?: To north-east corner nf the
Alexander House lot 76 (leg. 18 inln.,
35.6 feet; To Wailtiku Waterworks
riydiiii.t 79 deg. 53 mln., 54 25 feet;
To Kepoikai niock 124 det. tt8 min.,
93.1 feei! To South west corner of J.
W. Kalua's house lot, 213 (leg. 42 min.,
80.2 feet; the boundary runs thence
by true azimuths:
(1) 255 deg. 30 min., 135.0 feet,
along Main Street;
(2) 345 deg. 30 min., 100.5 feet,
along Patrick Cockett's lot;
(3) 75 dg. 35 min., 135.0 feet,
along W. G. Scott's lot;
(4) 165 deg. 30 min., 100.4 feet,
ah ng Market street Extension to
point of Commencement. Area 13.
560, Square "Vet, beini a portion of
L 0. A. 420, R. P. 1996 to H. Kui
helam, in the Hi of Owa, Wailuku,
You are hereby cited to.nppear at
the Court of Land Registration, to
be held at Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
on the 21st day of December A. .D
1906, at one o clock and thirty
minutes In the aftei noon, to show
cause, if any you have, why the pray
er of said petition should not be
granted. And unless you appear at
said Court at the time and place
aforesaid your default will be record
ed, and the said petition will be taken
as confessed, and you will bo forever
barred from contesting said petition
or any decree entered thereon.
Witness, PHILIP L. WEAVER
Esquire, Judge of said Court, this
1st, day of Nov. in the year nineteen
hundred and six.
Attest, with Sep! of said Coui t
(Seal) W. L. HOWARD,
Nov. 10, 17, 24, Dec, 1.
Utilization Of Fire-
Although It has been knwn for a
number of years that fire killed Mm
ber has a considerable value in rail
road and mining operatic ns it has
been brought out only recently by the
Forest Service that a wide number of
uses are open for this timber, and
that in certain respects it has actual
advantages over gresn wood.
These facts are deduced from
study of conditions op the Pikes peak
forest Jvesorve, woe re the ravagps
of fire have been particularly wide
spread and destructive, in many
instances the burned timber is the
only ki' d available at a particular
point, for example, In proximity to a
mine or a spur of railroad, go fap
timbers and ties the dead material
has been used for many years fifteen
years at Palmer Lake, seven years
at Floriesant for railroad ties, and
longer than this for mne timbers
Three years ago It was first used for
box boards and has proved excellent
In May, 1905, there was a call for
The species used are red fir,
yellow pine, Jodgepoje pjne, limber
pine range pine, pinon, Engelmann
8' ruse, and blue spruce. Of these,
the, pjne3, red fir, and Engelmann
spruce furnish the bulk of the ma.
terial. Time elapsed since burn jug
seems to make nc great difference in
the vftlue cf the wood, except that
when serious checking results It loses
its value for box purposes. The tim
ber used has been burned all the way
from three to fifty five years.
The amount of this timber which
has been used ' is yery -considerable.
There has been' one sale from the
reserve for bo boards and one for
telephone poles, but the three main
uses continue to be for mine timbers,
railroad ties, and firewood.
Red tir Is preferred for railroad
ties, then yellow pine, limber pine,
an. range pine. White pine has been
objected to because of its lack of
durability, but it is now taken in
many places. At Rosemont, Colo.,
burned timber of all kinds is made in
to ties, some of the material having
been burned fifty years ago. It is
asserted that dry ties last as long as
green ties nnd in many case9 longer.
On the Cripple Creek "short line"
they were more satisfactory than
than green pine tie3 from Texas.
Dry ties hold a spike well, and a tie
plale does not cut Into the wood so
seriously as it does in the case of a
yean lie. Engclmano spruce is as
good us other species as far as me
clianical wear is coreerned, but it
ritrays much quicker and so Bhould
be triven a preservative treatment.
Burned timber was first used for
boxes by the Denver Crate and Box
Company in February, 1903, the
& peeled used being Engelmann spruce
and lodgepole pine, with some red fir
and limber pine. The material used
had been burned from one and one
half to four years. Ihe Englemanu
spruce was excellent, and the lodge-
pole pine also gave good results. The
lire seasoning had driven the odor
out of the pine so that it could be
used for packing crackers and bis
cuits. Also, on account of the per-
ct season'ng the boxes remained
tight when put up and therefore sold
betts-r than green boxes.
Ft r mine timbers all species are
urd. if of the requisite size. Dry
limber is preferred because of its
llf'lil "ess. durability, nod ilifTness, all
principally due to its better season
For many purposes (lie killed tim
ber should be preferred toreen tim
ber because it is so well seasoned.
This seasoning makes it more durable
than green timber, and also makes it
lighter, so that its cost of trans
portation is appreciably less, and it
is therefore available, not only for
numerous local uses, but for shipping
long distances. Actual experience
with the fire-killed timber proves
that its utilization should be a source
of profit to the reserve.
Trouble Ahead For
Union Pacific Officials.
Washington, Nov. 2. Wholesale
criminal prosecutionsjare to be begun
by the-Depr rtment of Justice against
high officials of the Union Pacific
Railroad and of the Union Pacifio
Coai Company and others who are
alleged to be mixed up in the fraudu
lent acquisition of vast coal lands in
Utah and Wyoming.
President Roosevelt has interested
himself personally in the land fraud
cases, nnd, after a careful examine,
tion of the report of the Interstate
Commerce Commission, which was
made direct to him, he ha9 turned
over the papers to te Department
of Justice, with instructions to act,
vigorously against all who have been
concerned in the fraudulent entry
and the fraudulent acquisition of lands
by the cpaf porn pa ny and the railroad
Attorney J. T. Marchand of the
Commission and Former Judge Elmer
E. Thomas of Omaha are engaged in
arranging the evidence for presenta
tion to the Federal Grand Jury in at
lsast two places. Indictments will
be sought for perjury, subornation
of perjury which coal land valued at
many millions of dollars are claimed
to httvejbeep stolen froni the Govern
ment by the railroad company fop
the coal company, which it owns.
It also is understood that the Gov
ernment is to make a determined
effort not only to punish a nuinber qf
people who pepupy high positions
eve nto landing them in the peniten
tiary, ifpo6slble, but also Is going tfl
begin proceedings for the recovery
of all coal lands illegally taken.
The evidence upon which the pro
secutions will ho baspd was obtained
by the Intet state Commerce Commis
sion in recent hearings In Omaha,
Denver and Salt Lake City. These
hearings are to he followed by otherg
whiph will soon be begun and which
will be directed against other bifl
railroad systems in the West.
In the end, it is said, the Govern
ment will uncover land truuds whiph,
will stagger the imagination In their
aggregate magnitude. Few, if any,
of the railroads which now bold coal
lands are said to have got them hon
estly, and the Government purposes
extended investigations and whole
sale prosecutions, criminal and civil,
until all guilty, persons are made to
suffer and until the railroads are
compelled to make restitution.
The cases against the Union Paci
fic and its officials resemble the land
fraud cases In Oregon, in connection
with which the lato Senator Mitchell
was found guilty and sentenced to